I'm planning a big surprise birthday party and would like to give the guests a Champagne reception. A large number of us are not keen on Cava so am hoping someone here could recommend a reasonably priced alternative that I can buy locally (run out of time to buy online).Any help much appreciated.
A quote from Iceland overseas website..... Camposol - Was Due to open in March 2011. We were due to sign the purchase of a site in Camposol on 24/11/2010. At the last minute we found problems with the Purchase agreement and as a result we have had to pull out of this deal.We are still very interested in putting a store in this area so please if you see any available shops then let us know. We apologise for the dissapointing news and we are as upset as everyone else at this news.We will keep looking.
I have the full details from a pal of lovley, the new restaurant is called Royal India and its not sorry open on sunda, it has its opening party on wednesday 17th of nov 2010 this week coming and it will be from 7pm with a singer or show and low cost opening night meal of 9.95 this is the right info, for the peeps who dont know its in the port were love india was.
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For Xmas day I decided to go to the port Mazarron as it was nice and sunny and after a walk and chat with friends decided to have lunch at the Da Fu Hau. 3 course plus a drink what did I pay?6.90Not 60 euros (oh included a glass of cava) for a Xmas lunch at Don Ricardos.nor 45 or 49 Euros for a meal at the Indian restaurant (oh included drinks)nor 50 euros for Xmas lunch on the Paseo. So New Year if no one has booked anywhere the Da Fu Hau is charging normal prices for their evening Menu so if you have not booked would like to eat out New Years eve give it a go. For those who like a drink or two you can always move on to nearer home after your meal.Can any one beat the 50 euros price for Xmas lunch?
This will be our first Christmas in Spain so was wondering if anyone can recommend some restaurants that are doing a Christmas day lunch for a reasonable price ie not €40/€50 per person as there are 4 of us (2 adults, 2 kids). Does not have to be traditional Christmas lunch, just good food, good atmosphere and child friendly. We live in Alhama de Murcia but don't mind a reasonable drive for the right place.